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MSNBC
Feb 10, 2013 5:00am PST
to gould that basically threatened to cut the public whf our city, many who feel targeted want their tax money to be spent on. it alienated them and mayor bloomberg denounced the threat. >> you want to go to a university from the government decides what kind of subjects are fit for discussion, i suggest you apply to a school in north korea. >> strong words. thursday night, the event took place thursday night. score one for academic freedom. what you should know for the week coming up, in the wake of the tragic suicide of aaron schwartz, they are going to push to reform the law under which he was prosecuted before his death. the sweeping computer fraud and abuse act in 1986 that lets government prosecute routine non-criminal behavior. other politicians supported the law. the department of justice hasn't come down one way or the other. the chairman, bob, offered no word on whether the committee will consider it. nothing will change without sustained pressure. the new york city police department is being sued by civil rights lawyers over the practice of widespread and intense surveillan
MSNBC
Feb 10, 2013 8:00am EST
echo by opponents and threats by at least ten city council members to cut financing for the college. such intimidation chills debate and makes a mockery of it. same day gould issued and refused to order the cancellation of the event or the revocation of the political science department's sponsorship. then new york city council assistant fiddler wrote a letter to gould that basically threatened to cut the public whf our city, many who feel targeted want their tax money to be spent on. it alienated them and mayor bloomberg denounced the threat. >> you want to go to a university from the government decides what kind of subjects are fit for discussion, i suggest you apply to a school in north korea. >> strong words. thursday night, the event took place thursday night. score one for academic freedom. what you should know for the week coming up, in the wake of the tragic suicide of aaron schwartz, they are going to push to reform the law under which he was prosecuted before his death. the sweeping computer fraud and abuse act in 1986 that lets government prosecute routine non-criminal beh
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